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Analysis of public expenditure in agriculture workshop for sharing national experiences (English)

The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) agency jointly with the World Bank and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program (CAADP) multi-donor trust fund, organized a two-day workshop on agriculture public expenditure reviews undertaken recently in sub-Saharan countries. The purpose of the workshop was to enable participants to learn from each other through sharing their country experiences in undertaking agricultural sector public expenditure analyses over the past several years. This was intended to focus both on experiences in carrying out public expenditure analysis and also on the substantive analytical results and emerging recommendations. The workshop provided a session in which each country delegation was provided the time to discuss workshop implications for specific country contexts, and to begin preparation of any summary report one needed to prepare on return home. The work-shop concluded with summary remarks from the FAO and World Bank before being closed by the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA). In this context, this paper presents following sessions of workshop: session one as welcome remarks; session two presents methods and process; session three gives preliminary synthesis results; session four is discussion summary; session five presents country presentation: Togo, by Mr. Treku, Ghana, by Mr. Ohemeng-Boateng, and Burkina Faso, by Mr. Taondyande; session six gives discussion of country presentations; session seven presents specialized analysis: case of Tanzania voucher program (NAIVS), by Mr. Mink and discussion of specialized analysis; session eight presents panel: process; session nine gives panel: analytical results; session ten presents panel: achieving impact; and session fourteen and fifteen gives synthesis and closing remarks.

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Analysis of public expenditure in agriculture workshop for sharing national experiences (English). Proceedings Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.